I guess your wanting to say you have knowledge or experience with Uzi's? Not gonna question your knowledge since I don't know you. But by the fact that you some how think someone doesn't know something based on a screen name is very foolish! I have a colorful back ground that involves weapons and law enforcement ect. Won't get into details but yes I do know what I'm talking about especially when I was shot at by one. So you take a hike, thanks!
March 29, 2015 at 8:06pm
Whip: To be perfectly frank about full auto, if the Army was paying for it, “Rock & Roll!” If it’s my dime, it’s bang, bang, bang; time to clean the gun. LOL
March 29, 2015 at 8:04pm
Whip: What makes exotic ammo pricey is when no one still uses the weapon, especially in an army. In that case when the surplus stuff runs out, good luck in finding new manufacture and if you do it will be on the high end.
March 29, 2015 at 8:01pm
Whip: The SR9 with the super high cap 17 round mag is AMAZINGLY thin! Just make sure you never lose the mag loading tool. You’d have to have thumbs like Superman to reload without it. LOL
March 29, 2015 at 7:57pm
19: One thing about your favorites that can’t be debated is that they’re the same caliber! I’m not putting down any good gun. Let me share with you some trivia on the Thompson in the old TV “Combat” series. Sgt. Saunders (Vic Morrow) didn’t like hauling it around in almost each and every scene. He had the prop man make him a copy in 90% wood. The next time, if ever, you happen to watch the show take a real close look! Cheers!
March 29, 2015 at 7:52pm
David: The IDF fight like lions. What more can anyone ask?
March 29, 2015 at 7:50pm
foo: For my part I haven’t watched any baseball since the Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series in 1979. Roberto Clemente was the greatest Hispanic player in history. After his tragic and early end, I lost interest in baseball. I never heard of this other guy but God rest his soul. For the military man in me, “God rest Chesty Puller, wherever you are.”
 March 29, 2015 at 7:43pm
RJJ: What about the copies of e-mails in the tens of thousands that Hillary recipients have saved? I’ll bet there’s some real juicy tidbits from State secrets, to under the table deals for millions and millions on end. I don’t think she can “Vince Foster” everyone, hmm?
 March 29, 2015 at 7:39pm
Mind: There’s been far too much nomination focus on Hillary as a done deal when in fact she’s the only one who feels truly entitled. That one telling aspect is perhaps the biggest turnoff in her potential nomination. Voters tend to “focus” on bites, as it were.
“No more dynasties, Clinton or Bush.” I prefer, “Out with the old and in with the new. Even the Millennial Generation should get on-board with that. How can they possibly relate to that old, dried up harridan “Shillary?”
 March 29, 2015 at 7:33pm
wallstreet: Point of fact, no one candidate is everything at all times to everyone. That can NEVER happen. Politics (even more than life) is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’ve got into you bite into one. On more than one sad occasion I’ve gotten the chocolate coated hard nut, when I wished for chewy caramel that can even pull out a filling. LOL
 March 29, 2015 at 7:29pm
Mind: Good points. Ann Coulter was 360 out on Christie. She admits it today. I supported and voted for Rubio and was taken aback at his affiliation with the “Gang of Ochoa”, (Gang of Eight) but likewise he backtracked and anyone can make a mistake. I’ve made a few (ahem).
March 29, 2015 at 4:59pm
A Patriot: A Browning machine pistol climbs uncontrollably but not an UZI. The other very controllable design is the Ingram Pistols, in .380, 9mm, and 45ACP. I’ve fired them all, as usual. In any event, these are all short range weapons. Really great in clearing a room. Oops! There I go. I almost gave up some real life stuff. My bad!
March 29, 2015 at 4:55pm
Crow: Bad choice. Too cumbersome, weighty, and the 45ACP is really just another pistol round. By the way, it’s “Thompson.” You’re welcome. Now you can go back and watch “Untouchable” reruns, Elliot! LOL
Kriss suppressed or UMP. Should be standard for interstate 95 travel.
Oh I don't know Sarge. Personally, I'm a traditional sort of guy. And nothing speaks 20th century American gun tradition like the 1911 and the Tommy. But more importantly, now in my retirement years, I wouldn't mind having a 1/2 dozen pedigreed WW2 Tommys in my portfolio. Not that the smg Uzi's would be a bad investment mind you, but let me put it to you in car comparisons...would you rather have a cherry 65 VW convertible bug or a cherry 65 convertible GTO?....: )
The hormones say the GTO but the smarts sez the bug?
 March 29, 2015 at 4:51pm
Whip: Good point. The smart play is always to stay with the most current and available calibers. 9mm, .223, .45ACP and of course .22LR (and it is finally coming back). I like the .308 but it has ALWAYS been pricey.
 March 29, 2015 at 4:48pm
A Patriot: I also have a Baby Eagle. Mine is the subcompact polymer frame in 9mm. Sweet. Very sweet! It’s only ten shot but of course I have extra mags. There again before you go knocking Ruger, have you fired the new SR9 (17 shot)? If not trust me. You’ll like it!
Ruger has made leaps and bounds since Bill expired. They had to, too.
I still love my P90 and P95. The 90 just feels so good in my mitt and the 95 is so overbuilt and beefy that if ya misplace your hammer you can use it instead, unloaded of course. Ruger is the shiznit.
Whip: The SR9 with the super high cap 17 round mag is AMAZINGLY thin! Just make sure you never lose the mag loading tool. You'd have to have thumbs like Superman to reload without it. LOL
Whip, I too have a P95DeltaC. I love that gun! First handgun that I ever owned. It's so intuitive. It basically trained me how to handle a handgun and has set my standards for reliability and safety.
 March 29, 2015 at 4:45pm
I’ve fired the UZI. It’s a good, in close weapon. Very well balanced because the magazine fits up through the grip. When you fire it the UZI just sort of gently rocks in your hands. Very controllable. Keep in mind that 9mm Parabellum is pistol ammo but like I posted, still good “in close.” For much better distance I like the Israeli Galil, which is a cross between a Valmet and an M-16, chambered in 5.56mm. I know. I’ve fired them all. I can’t tell you all the stories. Certain secrets must be kept close to the vest, as it were. Cheers!
Any views on the abilities/skills of the IDF? How do their elite compare to ours? and the Brits?
I have a Golani Sporter Sarge…I love that heavy ass thing. And I had a Daewoo K2 but sold it just before the ban - Yeah, I'm a dumbass. Wish I would have never sold that puppy....
 March 29, 2015 at 4:36pm
Mind: We know your game, as well as Hillary’s. Your end run is to pick the Conservative candidates. Meaning, the one’s you know can never win. For example, Jeb “The Dreamer” Bush or “Fatso” Christie. You want to talk about Progressive RINO’s? There you go. No thanks. My picks are Cruz/Walker. Are you starting to worry? You should be very worried! LOL
Sarge, i think you have me confused with someone else. I have never supported Jeb Bush or Chris Christie.....Even 4 years ago when conservatives and Anne Coulter were hoping for Christie - i pegged him as a progressive even back then.
I need more clarification on Walker's immigration stance.
Mind: Good points. Ann Coulter was 360 out on Christie. She admits it today. I supported and voted for Rubio and was taken aback at his affiliation with the "Gang of Ochoa", (Gang of Eight) but likewise he backtracked and anyone can make a mistake. I've made a few (ahem).
wallstreet: Point of fact, no one candidate is everything at all times to everyone. That can NEVER happen. Politics (even more than life) is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you've got into you bite into one. On more than one sad occasion I've gotten the chocolate coated hard nut, when I wished for chewy caramel that can even pull out a filling. LOL
 March 29, 2015 at 4:32pm
I never had any confidence in the Hillary hype that she would be there to answer the White House phone at 3:00am. Remember that nonsense? Fast forward, she sure didn’t answer the calls for help from Benghazi. Then she offered a cover up. The world knows full well, “Hillary lied and four men died.” Then she had the audacity and condescending arrogance at a congressional hearing to say, “Well, what difference does all that make now?” Let me tell you this “Shillary.” You can bet your Bitcoin, you would truly love to walk that one back! That remark is going to follow you forever. As well it should!
Ana: Your remarks are verbose and turgid in the extreme, as usual. Your writing would be far more effective (and entertaining) if you followed my lead. For example, “He who has the biggest gun gets the lion’s share.” See what I mean?
 March 29, 2015 at 9:59am
Southern: You’ve submitted poorly written remarks. While you’re freely handing out advice, I would suggest you go back to school. Try remedial reading and writing starting with the third grade. Thanks.
Not everyone was born with a silver spoon in their mouth, some folks went to work at 14, rolling pipe on the oil rigs in south Texas in the 60tys. But won't know anything about take. So sorry we all couldn't get that education like you. So take your third grade mentality and work on it. Only a third grade mentality would us lack of education against someone. You couldn't come back against something I wrote but only the way I wrote it. Good job, I'll take my 3rd grade education over your 3rd grade mentality any day.